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Vimeo’s 2018 Best of the Year Staff Picks Awards: Watch Every Nominated Film Here

Vimeo has announced its 2018 nominees for the Best of the Year Staff Picks Awards. Vimeo has recognized the best Staff Picks of the year by calling out the winners on its blog since 2016, but the company is elevating its end-of-the-year celebration this year by revealing nominations and bringing in a distinguished jury for each category to decide the winner. Each award recipient will receive a cash prize and a physical trophy, in addition to the Best of the Year badge, and the winning films will be screened at Nitehawk Cinema in Williamsburg, Brooklyn on January 17th.

There are three jurors for each Staff Pick category, including the 2017 winners for each respective category. Categories include: Best of Action Sports, Best of Animation, Best of Comedy, Best of Documentary, Best of Drama, Best of Eye Candy and Best of Travel. Jury members include Alan Cumming, Roger Ross Williams, Reinaldo Green, and Sarah Schneider,
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Interview: Director Hendrik Faller talks ‘Fever

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In this interview, originally recorded as a preview to the films screening at Horror Channel Frightfest 2017, host Stuart Wright talks to Fever (aka Mountain Fever) director Hendrik Faller

Fever is available on DVD now and on iTunes on 30th April. Check out the trailer below:

Fever’ (aka ‘Mountain Fever’), is an end of the world thriller about a man out of his depth. Inspired by the action cinema of James Cameron and the minimalism of Nicolas Winding Refn, and heavily influenced by apocalyptic fare like ‘The Walking Dead’ and ‘The Road’, ‘Fever’ follows Jack (Tom Miller), a hapless young Brit as he takes refuge from a deadly pandemic in a snowy Alpine village.

Ill-equipped to survive the harsh winter, things only get worse when renegade Kara (Anya Korzun) breaks into his house and commandeers his dwindling food supplies. His inept plan to get rid of her disintegrates when outsiders (Julien Caplan) also invade,
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Frightfest 2017: Podcast Round-Up Pt.2

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In his latest podcast, host Stuart Wright welcomes Arrow Video Podcast co-host Sam Ashurst, fresh from introducing The Villainess, to round up highlights from Horror Channel Frightfest 2017.

Part 2 of 2 of their waffly versatile chit chat turns its attention to: Meatball Machine Kodoku, Mountain Fever, Freehold, Double Date, Leatherface, Ruin Me, Radius, Our Evil, Replace, Imitation Girl, Still/Born, Better Watch Out, Dead Shack and Alone

Arrow Video Podcast is available at @arrowvideopodcast and/or itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/arrow…d1257705874?mt=2
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Alpine retreat by Jennie Kermode

Anya Korzun in Mountain Fever

If a deadly pandemic started killing people where you live and all around the world, what would you do? For many fans of survival films, the default plan is to escape to somewhere remote and try to wait it out. But remote places have their own dangers. Mountain Fever, the debut feature by Hendrik Faller, tells the story of Jack, whose retreat into the Alps reveals his distinct lack of survival skills. Fortunately, he meets a woman who knows exactly what she's doing. Less fortunately, she wants his house and his food.

"I've always been interested in end of the world scenarios and films about when the world changes and the way of life changes," says Hendrik. "I've always grown up around mountains and I love them, but they can be scary, especially the Swiss and French Alps. They can be very dangerous."

Living in Scotland,
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Horror Highlights: Horror Decor’s New Free-Standing Pillows, Popcorn Frights Film Festival, Open Water 3: Cage Dive, Mountain Fever

Horror Decor's Killer Carnival Punks Series 3 pillows kick off today's Horror Highlights. Also: Popcorn Frights Film Festival's Audience Award winners, Open Water 3: Cage Dive Blu-ray and DVD release details, and four Mountain Fever behind-the-scenes videos.

Horror Decor Free-Standing Pillows: "“Inspired by classic knock-down dolls, these creeps aren't just normal pillows, they are free standing! A bean bag at the base allows you to put them on your couch, a shelf, or even create an actual carnival game with them!

Just released by HorrorDecor this morning: Moss Man, Fun House Clown, and the Treasure Hunter. These new designs are the third release in the Killer Carnival Punk series, featuring artwork by Nik Holmes. The new punks join the collection of six other designs that were released in 2015 and 2016.

Each Killer Carnival Punk stands 14" tall and has a full fun fur back. They sell individually for $25. As part of the new launch,
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Horror Highlights: Exhumed Films’ 35mm Marathon, Escape Room, Paperbacks From Hell, Godzilla Faq, Ghastlies, Mountain Fever

Exhumed Films is resurrecting some beloved horror favorites from the 1970s and ’80s and projecting them onto the big screen at Alamo Drafthouse Yonkers, including Friday the 13th Part III, starring my original horror crush and maybe yours, too, Jason Voorhees! And also, we have release details for Escape Room, Paperbacks From Hell, Ghastlies, and Mountain Fever, as well as information on the new book Godzilla Faq.

Exhumed Films' Guilty Pleasures IV Marathon: Press Release: "Exhumed Films Presents: Guilty Pleasures IV--in 3-D!

Exhumed Films is pleased to return to the Alamo Drafthouse Yonkers to present the fourth edition of The Guilty Pleasures Marathon, our annual assault of cinematic insanity. For this year’s marathon, we present some of the greatest 3-D films of all time, projected from original 35mm prints using state of the art technology! The 1970’s and 1980’s saw a resurgence of three-dimensional movies, particularly in the realm of genre cinema.
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Frightfest 2017 Interview: Director Hendrik Faller talks ‘Mountain Fever

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In his latest FrightFest 2017 interview, host Stuart Wright talks to director Hendrik Faller about his film Mountain Fever, which has its world premiere at the festival on Saturday 26th August.

Inspired by the action cinema of James Cameron and the minimalism of Nicolas Winding Refn, a fatal flu virus devastates Europe in an ice-cold thriller examining human behaviour in a time of crisis. City boy Jack takes refuge in the Alps but he’s ill-equipped to survive the harsh winter. Things only get worse when renegade Kara breaks into his house and commandeers his dwindling food supplies. His inept plan to get rid of her disintegrates when outsiders also invade, turning his captor into his only ally. As a siege ensues Jack must choose a side if he hopes to survive.

The Horror Channel Frightfest takes place August 24th – 28th 2017 at both the Empire Cinema and Prince Charles Cinema in London’s Leicester Square.
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Nail-biting ‘Mountain Fever’ Heads to the UK FrightFest

Nail-biting ‘Mountain Fever’ Heads to the UK FrightFest
The independent survivalist-thriller Mountain Fever will receive its world premiere at the Frightfest Film Festival in London on Saturday, August 26h. In anticipation of the premiere screening, a new teaser and poster have been released! “Mountain Fever is an ice-cold thriller about a hapless Englishman who, hostage in his own home, is forced to team […]
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Frightfest announce guests and new addition to line-up

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With only four weeks till the start of the festival, Frightfest organisers have announced not only some of the guests set to appear over the August Bank Holiday weekend, but also the addition of another film to the line-up! The 150 plus guest-list this year is as vibrant and eclectic as ever, with nearly 40 of the films represented… New to the film line-up is Jackals, Kevin Greutert’s potent blend of horror thriller, home invasion terror and murder cult chiller, which stars Stephen Dorff and Deborah Kara Unger. The film is scheduled for Saturday 25th August, 4pm and 4.30pm in the main screens at the Cineworld Leicester Square.

Check out the new festival trailer and guest details below:

From the press release:

It’s been five years since Don Mancini and Fiona Dourif raised the Empire roof with Curse Of Chucky and this year they are joined by the irrepressible Jennifer Tilly
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Frightfest Guest Line-up and Surprise Film Announced

Frightfest edges ever closer, in fact this time next month it’ll almost be over, but they’ll be much fun before then. The festival is renowned for hosting the best in genre cinema across a bum-numbing five days, but it’s not just films that make the event so special, the organisers also manage to secure a lot of the actual filmmakers. The talent then introduce the film, complete post screening Q and A’s and party the nights away with attendees. So just whose going this year? Check out the Frightfest announcement below and find out.

The 150 plus guest-list this year is as vibrant and eclectic as ever, with nearly 40 of the films represented. It is a year when fan favourites are reunited and the new wave of genre talent is firmly embraced within the FrightFest fold.

It’s been five years since Don Mancini and Fiona Dourif
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BAFTA qualifying Carmarthen Bay Film Festival kicks off

The 6th edition of the BAFTA qualifying Carmarthen Bay Film Festival has just kicked off. This year's highlights include Dead Certain by Hendrik Faller, Shadow of the Missing by Jamie Lee Smith and David Campion, The Lighthouse by Chris Crow, By Any Means by Leighton Spence, Red by Branko Tomovic, The Wasting by Carolyn Saunders and Kidnap Me by Ross Aitken and James Browning.   The festival will have something for everyone with films being screened from all over the world. There will be comedy, thrillers, SciFi, Drama and Documentaries plus q&a sessions with many of the attending film makers. Rts Wales will once again be holding a special screening and q&a session and BAFTA Cymru will also be present during the week.   The...

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Nominations announced for 2017 BAFTA qualifying Carmarthen Bay Film Festival

The 6th edition of the BAFTA qualifying Carmarthen Bay Film Festival will run from May 8-12 this year. Highlights include Dead Certain by Hendrik Faller, Shadow of the Missing by Jamie Lee Smith and David Campion, The Lighthouse by Chris Crow, By Any Means by Leighton Spence, Red by Branko Tomovic, The Wasting by Carolyn Saunders and Kidnap Me by Ross Aitken and James Browning.   The festival will have something for everyone with films being screened from all over the world. There will be comedy, thrillers, SciFi, Drama and Documentaries plus q&a sessions with many of the attending film makers. Rts Wales will once again be holding a special screening and q&a session and BAFTA Cymru will also be present during the week.  ...

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BAFTA qualifying Carmarthen Bay Film Festival announces 2017 program

The exciting program for the 6th edition of the BAFTA qualifying Carmarthen Bay Film Festival has just been published. This year's highlights include Dead Certain by Hendrik Faller, Shadow of the Missing by Jamie Lee Smith and David Campion, The Lighthouse by Chris Crow, By Any Means by Leighton Spence, Red by Branko Tomovic, The Wasting by Carolyn Saunders and Kidnap Me by Ross Aitken and James Browning. The festival will run from Monday the 8th to Friday the 12th of May and will have something for everyone with films being screened from all over the world. There will be comedy, thrillers, SciFi, Drama and Documentaries plus q&a sessions with many of the attending film makers. Rts Wales will once again be holding a special...

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